Scheduler State Tree Diagram

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The following diagram shows the various scheduler states and their relationships; the letters in the diagram are keyed to the table below.

Scheduler State Tree diagram

Letter

Description

A

New scheduled event created for a single or repeating event.

B

Stopping a QUEUED job in the Control Center.

C

Restarting a STOPPED_Q job in the Control Center.

D

Deleting the trigger from Online Marketing.

E

Scheduled job is activated by the Scheduler and starts running.

F

Deleting the trigger from Online Marketing.

G

Putting the dialog in Paused or Broadcast Hold status from Online Marketing.

H

Returning the dialog to Live status.

I

Deleting the trigger from Online Marketing.

J

Deleting the trigger from Online Marketing.

K

Job failed—set by the DES.

L

Job finished successfully.

M

Job stopped by the Control Center.

N

Deleting the trigger from Online Marketing.

O

Returning a Broadcast Hold dialog to Live status—a new event is created and this event is left in a DUPLICATED state.

P

Repeating Date/Time Trigger created a SKIPPED event.

Q

Repeating Date/Time Trigger created an OVERLAPPED event.

R

Scheduler gets ready event, marks itself as owner, and marks it SCHEDULING to run.

S

Schedule event handler receives the event and starts processing it by marking it RUNNING.